Therapy and life coaching are about building connections and flexibility through talk therapy techniques and creative expression. If you are struggling, therapy can help. My work is fundamentally collaborative and relational. The key is to help you get in touch with your creativity and start feeling connected and empowered in your life.
Some clients are interested in integrating forms of drama therapy and expressive therapy in their sessions. If you are curious about drama therapy, read more here! Keep in mind, you do not need to be a “creative type” to benefit from expressive therapy. Sessions can be tailored to meet your needs and comfort levels.
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Individuals and Couples
I firmly believe that healing can come from creating a space where clients can feel seen and heard, and where a reconstructive relationship can be formed based on mutuality, respect and playful exploration.
We will work on identifying unhealthy patterns, exploring ways to grow while developing acceptance, and accessing lasting change in your life.
Groups and Workshops
Group therapy and workshops are a great love of mine. I currently run groups at Reasons Eating Disorders Treatment Center and through my practice.
I have worked with many organizations leading workshops or staff in-services, including with the Los Angeles Psychological Association, LACAMFT, Expressive Therapies Summit, Penny Lane Centers, and the North American Drama Therapy Association. Contact me for information about BURNOUT AND SELF-CARE IN THE WORKPLACE THROUGH ROLE.
Click below for information about Diversity, Anti-Bias and Cultural Humility through Action workshops with Dr. Mimi Savage.
Supporting other clinicians and providing a safe space for growth is one of the most rewarding tasks in this field. I have experienced transformational supervision in my work at Bellevue Forensic Psychiatry and Kings County Psychiatric Hospital. I seek to be a mentor, guide and cheerleader for other clinicians. From the importance of self-care and understanding vicarious trauma, to exploring drama therapeutic interventions, to discussion about ethics and working in systems, I know how much supervision matters.